Three candidates for founding dean position at Western Michigan U. medical school make public presentations
Western Michigan University
November 3, 2010
Three candidates for the position of founding dean of the Western Michigan University School of Medicine will be in Kalamazoo during November and December to make public presentations and meet with stakeholders in the medical school initiative.
The three are among more than 60 candidates whose credentials are being considered by a community search committee that is charged with helping to identify a dean for the new school of medicine. The medical school initiative is a partnership involving WMU, Borgess Health and Bronson Healthcare.
All three of the candidates visiting in the coming weeks have made earlier trips to Kalamazoo and are now returning for visits that have a more public component. The candidates will each spend three days in Kalamazoo during which they will offer a public presentation at either Bronson or Borgess.